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By R. Edward Grumbine / On August 30th, 2010

This post is the first in a year-long series by Ed Grumbine, professor of environmental studies at Prescott College and author of Where the Dragon Meets the...

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By R. Edward Grumbine / On August 25th, 2010

This post was excerpted a post written for Grist by Terry Tamminen is the former secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency and is now a policy adviser and author. His latest book is...

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By Admin / On August 5th, 2010

Author Elizabeth Grossman writes on Huffington Post, "Can Green Chemistry Get Us Out of Deepwater?" where she challenges...

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By Admin / On August 4th, 2010

This post was written by Todd Baldwin, vice president and associate publisher at Island Press.

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By Admin / On July 20th, 2010

Peter Harnik discusses ideas from his new book Urban Green: Innovate Parks for Resurgent Cities on the...

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By Admin / On July 8th, 2010

That's Bill McKibben's concern about the Straight Up author. From the Washington Monthly:

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By Admin / On June 22nd, 2010

Elizabeth Grossman, author of Chasing Molecules and High Tech Trash, visits the Louisiana coast:

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By Admin / On June 7th, 2010

Commenting on the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Rob Young, coastal geologist and co-author of The Rising Sea, writes:

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By Admin / On May 12th, 2010

Peter Gleick, water expert and Bottled and Sold author, sharply rebukes climate change deniers:

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